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The Somerset Herald.
WEDNESDAY, AcorgT.H 187X
T SAL KEPI'S LICAX TICKET.
ULYSSES S. GRANT,
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
HENRY W. WILSON,
REri'BUUS STATE TICKET.
4. F. HAHTRANFT.of Montgomery
FOR FtTREMK Jl'DGX,
ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,
HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren.
FOR CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE,
GLEN I V. SCHOFIELD, of Erie.
CHARLES ALBRIGHT, of Carbon.
DELEGATES AT LARGE TO THE CONSTI
WM. M. MKUEIUTH, Philadelphia.
J. GILLINGIIAM FELT, 1'hila.
GEN. HARRY WHITE, Indiana.
GEN. WM. LILLY, Carbon.
L. BARTHOLOMEW, Schurlkill.
H. N. M'ALLISTER, Center.
WILLIAM DAVIS, Monroe.
JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster.
SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne.
GEO. V. LAWRENCE, Washington.
DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny.
W. H. AIKEN, Lehigh.
JOHN H. WALKER, Erie.
roR delegate to the convention,
COL. JOHN R.EDIE.
E. D. YUTZY, Lower Turkey foot.
Sal jeet tt be dH.lon of the Pis tri-t Con fereac. 1
J. R. McMILLEN, of Middleereek.
E M. SCIIROCK, of Stonycreek.
OLIVER KNEITER, of Somerset.
FOR REGISTER A' RECORDER,
J. ROBERT WALTER, of Milford.
VAL. MILLER, of Qucniahoning.
FOR POOR HOUSE DIRECTOR,
JOHN H. SNYDER, of Stonycreek.
JACOB SPEICHER, of Stonycieek.
N OK I'll CAROLINA.
The Democrats of this Itorough
took a good heart- whoop over their
supposed victory in North Carolina,
and consequently feel and look just
now as if they had been caught iu a
nt-ighW chicken coop with his fa
vorite rooster under their arm. Ten
thousand was the very smallest ma
jority they would agree to take, and
nothing but a concession of the over
whelming defeat of Grant and the
triumphant election of Greelky and
Gratz, would satisfy their exultant
Really the Society for the Preven
tion of Cruelty to Animals, should
call the lying telegraph operators to
account It was too bad, not only
to create such false hopes, but to
make the "poor devils" act the fool
no badly m their exultation. It was
bad enough to be compelled to cat
crow, with a pleasant prospect of a
feast of fat things to follow, but to
find that an exclusive crow diet is to
lie the sole reward of their obsequi
ous abandonment of political man
hood, is enough to sour the most an
gelic of tempers.
North Carolina has virtually tat
tled the Presidential contest For a
week the Democracy insisted that the
.supposed result proved the defeat of
Grist, iteyond all doubt, and much
powder and immense shouting was
exjtended over the victory. Of course
by their own reasoning tho reverse is
true, and beaten and utterly routed
as they are on their first battle-field,
with all the assistance their Greeley
recruits could give them, they can
have no further hope of success in the
At the last political eleetiou held
in North Carolina, in 1870, the Dem
ocrats carried the State by nearly
Jieclfiousand majority, elected a ma
jority of thirty memlieru to the House,
fourteen majority to the Senate, and
out of eight mcinliers of Congress
elected nix. Siuco then over twenty
thousand rebels Lave received amnes
ty, and of course voted the Demo
cratic ticket, and now the Republi
can Lave carried the State by a ma
jority of two thousand, making a
clear gain of seven thousand on the
old t ote, Late eh-clcd three Congress
men, a gain of one, and Lave largely
reduced the majority iu both branches
of iLc Lcgialalure. Results like this
cannot be explained or rublmd out,
and prove conclusively that the Re
publicans Lave gained largely and
will carrv the State iu November.
The Greeley Democracy Lave re
ceived a staggcriiig blow, in this,
ll. ir firt battle, and the frieuds of
Grant Lave only to push things, to
insure Lis ultimate triumph.
THE REIMS WHT.
Mr. Joim W. Forney, editor of
the Press, Las m maliciously, brutal
ly, and iersistently maligned the
character of the Republican candi
date for Governor, whom he formerly
profehd to Lold in tho highest esti
mation, that he is entitled to no for
tiearance at the hands of the Repub
lican press of the State. Compelled
to admit that Le Lad shared with
Evans, ILc money stolen from the
State, Le Las recklessly and persist
ently, without the slightest proof, at
tempted to implicate General Hart
ranft in the theft, although, as is j
well known to all the world, Le and
Treasurer Macket, were the only
two of the State officials who hotly
pursued Evans, forced Lis exposure,
and tried to bring Lira to punishment
Gen. fl arte an FT was dearly ac
quitted after a full investigation by a
joint committee of the Legislature of
any complicity with Evans, while
Fornet was compelled to admit on
LU oath, that he Lad received a por
tion of the plunder. Since that time, :
he has been doing bis best through the
Press, to destroy tho spotless charac
ter of General IIartranft and defeat
the Republican State ticket. The
reason why is thus set forth by the
Philadelphia Bulletin. Says that
journal : x- ' 5 v.
We dislike the personalities of jour
nahsm and or political campaign as;,
much as any can. But the position of
the Frets in regard to the gallant sol-
dierwhonow leads the tUuhlican
columns is a purely personal one, and
must be so dealt "with. When Mr. i
John W Fomev undertakes to de-
stroy one of Pennsylvania's best men, j
the people have a right to enquire in
to the cause of such an undertaking on
his part. And when they find
that General - IIartranft is the tnan
who stood guard over the Treasury
of the State, and refused to cover
over the great crime of an organized
gang of highwaymen, who had inter
cepted Three "Hundred Thousand
Dollars on the way to the Treasury,
and had divided the Itooty among
them. And when they inquire furth
er, they lind that Mr. John W. For-
got Two Thousand Dollars of
.T.i..r l,;.ii it vet Lent fr.,...
that he i
thc State. And they find still further, j lie morality, never again to Ik; wit
that his cousin, or some such relative, luessed. The one asserting that the
living in Washington as Mr. John W.
Forney's business man, got Six Thou
sand Dollars more of this plunder,
which is still kept from the State.
And they find, still further, that Mr.
Forney was so largely instrumental
in setting up the Evans Ring, that
Evans swears that hc was more in
debted to him than anv other living
Itcino- for his lucrative annointmcnt.
And putting this all together, and ad- j
ding to it the pertinent question :,
Did Mr. Forney put Mr. Evans in the
way of capturing Three Hundred
j Thousand Dollars of the public mon-
:ev. and was his dividend only two-
' third of one r cent, f the people
arc IO IMf I'Al'UMHl II WU" Ut'imit: tw
believe an accusation coming irom
such a source. Such a witness would
lie turned out of anv respectable court,
and there is no reason whv he should
obtain any more respectful hearing
before the public.
In past times.when there have been
real abuses to attack, and reallv bad
candidates to object to, Mr. Forney
were noisv in their inculcation of the
duty of support ingjt he ticket, irrespec- m the liOltimorc surrender to (iREE
tive of persons. And, when, for the lf.y, tingle with shame, wlien they
gratification of personal ends, Mr. j rea,i th indignant protest of the old
torney suddenly puts on the rolies oft
an immaculate political purity, and, , .... - , mi
under tin; name of virtue and reform, tWir f,,r,'cs to v,otor Trea
undertakes the destruction of a man f'"- opposition to Greeley's
who is only a terror to evil-doers, Tic j election arc set forth with on irresist-
must not complain if the thin disguise ;
is torn off, ami he is held tip to public i
views as a wolf in sheep s clothing.
There is no single charge against
General IIartranft that cannot lieas
ily and thoroughly answered and dis
proved, to the satisfaction of all hon
est men, willing to be convinced that
a brave soldier has not suddenly leen
converted into a dishonest man. But
it is worse than useless to follow the
track of an Artful Dodger like Mr.
Forney, who will elude every square
issue, and change his ground as fast
as he is driven from it, for some other
from which hc must be again dis
lodged. Probably the licst way to
treat Lim is as a detected enemy of
the Republican cause, hanging around
tho skirts of the camp, not liocause he
iswuraid to go over openly to Bucka-
lew and Greeley, but because he be
lieves that hc can serve them better
by continuing to wear the uniform
which Le dishonors daily.
CHANCE or TINE.
When the first lmgus returns, giv
ing North Carolina to the Democrats
by a majority of seven to ten thou
sand, were telegraphed all over the
country, Mr. Greeley's personal or
gan the Tribune broke out in the
following exultant strains:
"Well done! noble North Carolina!
"On vour soil the first Declaration of
"Independence was made 1 On your
"soil Jefferson Davis held his last
"Cabinet Council, and the RcWllion
"dissolved. On your soil has been
"won the fir;t great victory of the
"campaign that is to make us once
"more a united jM-ople. When Cin
cinnati had declared tho resolve of
"the best brains and principle of the
"Republican party, it was the privi
"legc of Tennessee, home of Andrew
"Jackson, and of the mountain loyal
ists, to give the resonsc that sjMike
"in advance the voice of Baltimore, j
"Yours is a vet more electric utter-!
"ancc. That was but the verdict of
"a historic National Party. You
"have pronounced in advance the
"verdict of a Nation. Now for
The organ now sings very small,
and whines, "we were cheated out of
the election by false counting," and
having a Democratic Legislature,
Merrimau will contest the election.
How aptly the Tribune' learns from
For mouths Forney's Pre and its
Democratic allies, have been revel
ling in slander of IIartranft and
Mackey, in regard to their official
coudtict of the State's financial affairs.
As a candidate, General II aktuanft's
hands are measurably tied, as he
cannot rush into print with a denial
of every slander his enemies may in
vent, ahhoue-h each and every of
them Lave been exploded by commit
tees of investigation, and the public
records. Mr. Mackey, who is not a
candidate, was assailed presumably
on the ground that a lx-licf in his dis
honesty as Treasurer would affect
Hartranft's integrity as Auditor
General. At last Mr. Mackey Las
felt compelled to vindicate Lis own
character, and a will be seen by Lis
letter in another column, deals his
principal maligaer a stunning blow
lct ween the eyes, clearly knockiug
him off Lis feet Mr. Forney will
hardly come to time, as Lis panoply
of lies proves but a weak defense
against so square a Litter as Mr.
Treasurer Mackey jiroves Limsclf to
Judge Black Las determined to
! prove that Le also fan eat crow. We
know personally, that Lc Las always
held Greeley in the greatest contempt
and scorn, and but a few weeks wnce
in a political letter, Lc gave notice
that there were thousands of Demo
crats with himself who would refuse
to be dragooned or bullied iuto the
Greeley movement. But the Judge
like many others, was evidently mis
led by the first bogus dispatches
from North Carolina, and accordingly
the day after the election, succumbed
to the presumed ground swell, and
came out in a letter in favor of Gree-
LEY, which we find in the Tribune
and other Democratic prints. Our
old fellow townsman is not however
fully "regenerated" as he repudiates
the very essence of the Cincinnati
and Baltimore platforms by denoun
cing th reconstruction act of 18CJ as
uu f attainder, and the Four-
tccnth ml Fifteenth, amendment, a.
, , , . .. .
frauJs- ln fart- ,l ,s vvrY lP"-ent
that the J udge "don't crave crow" he
is only proving to his political friends
that ho can eat it, or anv other nau-
, . ... , t G' Hc j8
is the very poorest Judge we ever
knew of a political opponent, and we
rrperfto 5CP the tlayrhcTT fce wll!
take back all the hard things hc now
f-ays of Gen. Grant, as he has done
all the outrageous ones he formerly
uttered of Aisraiiam Lincoln.
The .spectacle of Charles Sumner
and Jeremiah S. Black, arm in arm
in support of Horace Greeley, is a
K ltm.v, .rlK-fore, and we hope for
1 , ,
'the sake of ltolitical honesty and pub-
mongrel candidate's election assures
the full fruition of the Fourteenth and
Fifteonth Amendments, the other de
nouncing those amendments as frauds,
and claiming that the election of their
joint candidate will begin the process
of the extinction of the evils tliev in-
flict. Ifboth these men are miuesi
in their belicf.what a commentary their j
autioodal positions arc or the integri-
rv of the candidate, or their estimate
of his moral firmness, knowing as he
does that on his success one or the
otlicr must oo grossly cheated
That old-fashioned and true Dem
ocrat, Gen. John A. Dix, who at the
outbreak of the rebellion ordered "If
any man hauls down the American
flag, shoot him on the spot" is out in
favor of Grant and Wilson in a
masterly letter, publi.-hed on our first
nairc. it must make the checks 01
iF cssed Democrats, who acquiesce
...,. .vlin ftft .aJ .,IHi
jMo fom and vigor, and may well
give pause lo any Republican con
templating the folly of assisting to
power, so unstable and vacillating a
The New York World places its
advocacy of the eleetiou of Greeley
on the ground, that it will carry with
it as a necessary accompaniment, the
eeuring of a lh-mocratie majority
in Congrcits, and a majority of the
Legislature by .whom United Slate
Senator are lo be chosen.
The clahn is not an unanswerable
one as if the Democrats can win
enough Republicans to elect Gree
ley, they will be able of course to
elect State Representatives and Sen
ators. This is the buzzards' feast to
which Republicans are invited by the
coalition formed by the master spirits
of the Cincinnati and Baltimore Con
ventions. In another column of this paper
will be found a scorching review of
Senator Sumner's late demagogical
letter to the colored men, by Hon.
James G. Blane, speaker of the Na
tional House of Reprcsentatives.-
Mr. Blaine's exposure of the lamen
table position occupied by Sumner
places him liefore the nation as a man
who has given the lie to the record of
his life, simply from a fiendish hate of
the President, who refused to be dic
tated to and controlled bv him.
Bl CKALF.W IX CAN' A Hi.
When Senator Charles R. Bucka
lew was in Canada, "inrextigating
the Indian rioZri" of the British de-
pendency, Jake Thompson, Clay and
Holeomb were at the Clifton House.
Niagara Falls, with a million dollars
in gold to pay incendiaries to burn
the cities of the North, and destroy
the steamlxiats owned largely by Mr.
Buckalew's constituency in Pennsyl
vania, and inciting the "Sons of Lil-
crty" to rise in insurrection against
the draft. Mr. Thompson reiiorts to
the Secretary of State of the Confed
eracy that "a daring attempt! had
been made to bum New York," nnd
that " a great destruction of steamers
at St. Louis was caused "through the
act of a man to whom he paid money
for this dastardly act. Mr. Hol
eomb n-ports also, to Benjamin, that
he met Charles 11. Jlucl alew in 'an
ada, nnd that in the efforts made by
himself, and conspirators, to " put
themtelrr in communication with the
leading tpirit " of disloyalty, insur
rection and incendiarism in the North,
they were successful.
Here aro the facts. What is the
plain inference? It seems like an in
sult to the understanding to argue so
clear a ease. But as an attempt has
lieen made to parry these alarming
facts, and to defend the swift "master
spirits" so eagerly sought and so
easily found it may lie necessary to
prolic deeper. Mr." Thompson, dis
cussing the contemplated insurrection
in the North through the "Sons of
Lilterty," led by their "master spir
its," pays: " I was received among
them w ith cordiality. Its
organization was essentially military;
it had its commanders of divisions,
of brigades, regiments, and compan
ies. The 20th of July fC3)
was fixed as the dav for a movement
It was necessary to Lave a series of
public meetings to prcjMre the public
mind the first one was at Peoria,
aW to male it a success, 1 agreed
that so much money a wa necessary
wovld be furnished by me! The
vast multitudes who attended seemed
to be swayed by but one idea
The prtqtcrty of Pennsylvania had
been burned at St. Jjoui. A ruffian
had gold in hi m let to burn more
boat a! Cincinnati. A daring at
tempt! had been made to burn New
York. Another wretch had money
to introduce loathonut disease into
Northern cities. Other had more to
burn them in the stillne of mid
night, giving the aged and the helpless
to the flames. Thompson, Clay and
Holcombe were in Canada hiring
these ruffians, paying them and in
citing them to blood. And tliey were
there for thce objects alone! Aqain
we ask Charles H.Jiuclalew, "What
was your business with these wretches
intent on Hie destruction of your
constituent and their property."
Ilia Rebel N hiiMc.
Mr. Charles R. Ruckalcw ! There
arc certain things which it behooves
you to answer now. Mr. Jacob
Thompson, a particular friend of yours
together with one Holeomlte, George
N. Sanders, and a few other rebels, lo
cated at the Clifton House,.- Cunada,
in 1SC3-4. What they were doing
there shall lx told by themselves.
But as it appears you were there
in CONFERENCE WITH TIIEM, the jeo
pic of Pennsylvania want to know
WHAT WAS YOUR BUSINESS THERE?
Thompson writes to Judah l Benja
min Secretary of State of tho Re
ltellion, and a lineal descendant of
the !nienitent thief "On my arrival
hero I heard that there was such an
organization as the Order of the Sons
of Liberty in . the Northern States,
and Us principle and itsohjeel ; and
ifjtossible to put myself in communi
cation with its leading spirits.
This was effected without much diffi
culty or delay. I was received
AMONG THEM WITH CORDIALTY, AND
THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE AT ONCE
extended to me." After attempting
to break down the business interests
of the Union by a great systematic
plan of buying and shipping gold to
Europe, aiid thus running up tho pre
mium here, Mr. Thompson report as
Soon after I reached Canada a Mr.
Minor Major visited me and repre
sented himself as an agent from the
Confederate States to destroy steam-
. . . 11 ' . , ,
Ibis operations were suspended for
t f j -.u-nneod tn him
$2,000 in Federal currency, and noon
aflerward boat were burned at St.
--". involving an. immense, lo to
me enemy, jio oceanic susnccieu, as
Lc represented to me, of being the
author of this burning, and fronrthat
time both hc and his men have lieen
hiding consequently done nothing.
Money ha been, advanced to Mr.
Churchhill, of Cincinnati, to organ
ize a corpe for the purpo.e of incen
diarism in that city.
: This being Mr. (Thompson's work in
Canada, and his own admission that
he has received the utmost "cordiali
ty" by the "leading spirits" of the
disloyal Order of "The bons of Liber
ty" in the North, and the annouce
incnt of Holcombe that Buckalew
was in conferhnce with him at
Niagara Falls, brings np the mo
mentous question for Mr. Charles -R
Buckalew. H7to7 tea your part in
the plot for burning the uteamcr of
your own constituents at Pitts
burg and Brownsville as they lay
at the wharf of St. Ismi and Cin
cinnati ?" In giving your attention
to this query you are, for your own
sake, urged to reritemlicr that you
were then n Senator of the United
States, that you had taken an oath
esjieeially drawn to exclude such
traitors as you from a place in that
body, and that you must not attempt
to evade the dillemma, thus presented
to you, by shufliing. As a Senator
your official oath, and the laws of
your country prevented an honest
man from meeting rebel emmissaries
anywhere. The evidence is damn
ing that you held intercourse with
traitors. That you invoked legal pen
alties by that act, and that perjury
seems to be a neceessary part of your
Your apoligists explain your visit
to Canada by saying you went there
as a Senator to observe the Indian
policy of that colony. Why did not
your colleagues in this business visit
the rebel incendiaries ? And what
did these traitors know of the busi
ness yon are said to have had in Can
ada ? Is not this "too thin ?"
Only a few months ago, Horace
Greeley said this : "May it le writ
ten on my grave that I "never was a
follower ofthe Democratic party, "and
lived nnd died in nothing its debtor."
The N. Y. Herald says : "Jeff.
Davis flying in female attire was not
half so grotesque and cowardly as
Democracy skulking iuthe old white
hat and coat of Horace Greeley."
' The N. Y. Tribune published a list
of defaulters to the Government the
other day. Three of them are dead,
five are fugitives, and the other thir
teen arc supporters of Greeley. There
is not a defaulter in the country but
favors Greeley's election. If there is
one that does not he is as great a
curiosity as a white elephant.
Westchester county N. .Y. lolts
Greeley. His own county organ re
pudiates Lim. The Morrisania Jour
nal, heretofore a leading Democratic
organ, hoists the names of Grant and
Wilson at the Lead of its columns. It
declines to support such a fraud as
Greeley. The ball is rolling on.
Buckalew voted against the con
scription law, in the United States
Senate, and when the draft was at
tempted to lie enforced in his own
county hc encouraged resistance,
which terminated in anarchy and
bloodshed. Was this the course of a
patriot or a traitor.
The old Democrats, under the lead
ofBlauton Duncan, report that the
straight-out, no-surrender Democratic
National Convention, to be held at
Louisville, September 3, promises to
lie a success, and will lie attended by
delegates fioni every State in tha Un
ion. This convention designs to nom
inate a straight-out Democratic Pres
idential ticket upon a straight-out,
old-fashioned Democratic platform.
Where is Greelsy now ? Every
State that Las Lad elections this year
so far Whether Republican or Dem
ocratic has either gone Republican
or given large ; Republican gains
Here is the list: New Hampshire,
Connecticut .Rhode Island, Oregon,
North Carolina, Tennessee.Kentucky,
Greeleyism, that "stupendous impos
ture," as William Lloyd Garrison t ijlls
it, is swept like chaff I m 'fore a whirl
And now conies the Rev, S. B.
Cleveland, of Blooiusfield, Conn., who
sends a letter to the Meridian ltepub
lican, saying that, although he
has loved Gratz Brown for twenty
five years, he can't help admitting
that distinguished Missourian was un
der the influence of "some intoxica
ting drink or drug" during the fatal
night at New Haven.
The Morrissania, N. Y. Journal
has placed the names of Grant and
Wilson at the head of its columus,and
gives the following reason in its ex
planation of its' opposition to Greeley:
"He was nominated by trickery, iu
pursuance of a bargain. In that bar
gain, fellow Democrats, we were in
cluded ; we were bought and sold like
cattle, but we are not yet delivered."
Said Mr. Buckalew in private con
versation, and before he thought of
running on (lie Democratic ticket:
"I know General IIartranft well, both
as a public officer and a man. As
Auditor General hc has shown him
self a most faithful, upright, efficient
and accommodating officer and would
mako a good Governor."
At Saratoga Mrs. H. B. Stowe told
Governor Hoffman that Greeley had
gone down 4o Jericho and fallen
among thieves and that they were
just stripping him naked.
The Delaware county American
says that one third of the Democrats
of that "county refuse to eat crow,
and as Buckalew was prominent In
the Greeley movement iu this State,
and was nominated as part of the
bargain.inany straight-out Democrats
will oppose him.
Ten thousand jH-ople turned out to
hear Senator Wilson sjteak at Lafay
ette, Ind. They came from every
part of the country, reminding one of
theoldLog Cnlnn" Gays or IStO,
when the sturdy farmers took their
wives and blooming daughters to the
mass meetings and barbecues of that
Congressman Beck, a Democratic
member of Congress, ut u recent bar
becue in Kentucky, was filled with
joy over the supposed Democratic
victory in North Carolina. He said :
The Jtemocrat siiuiihi- supinrrt
Greeley a a means of getting into
jtower, and that uion hi election a
ItemiH-ratic Congees mm Id Com PEL
him to ucqaiesce in fiteU measure a
they deemed necessary.
The Louisville Ledger (Democrat
ic) is constantly giving evidence that
the crow does not agree with its di
gestive faculties. Here is its latest
scetching: " The campaign is devel
oping the fact that a large numlx r of
Democrats in all sections of the
country, are not disposed to advocate
the election of Horace Greeley. They
u not indorse the action of the Bal
timore Convention. They regard the
nomination of Greeley and Brown as
suicidal in the extreme, nnd in direct
conflict with the best interests of the
country. Believing all this they can
not put aside their honest convictions,
and therefore proclaim that they are
not for Greeley and Brown."
The Fulton, Illinois, Democrat, a
strong Democratic pajier, has been
discontinued. The editor says: "We
cannot consistently supjiort these nom
inations (Greeley and Brown), and
therefore withdraw from the canvass
It is useless to fight tho inevitable.
Greeley and Brown have been al
most unanimously endorsed at Balti
more, and a large projtortion of those
who have heretofore acted with the
Democratic party are enlisted in their
support rrom our standoint we
are enable to sympathise with their
advocacy of these candidates and we
yield to the majority in discontinuing
the Democrat. Policy at this time
cannot gain the ascendency over
principle, in our mind."
Bciks county, says the Reading
Times, will Ik- represented at the
Straight-out Convention to Le held in
Louisville next mouth. The prospect
of a divided vote in Bcrk3, in the con
tingency of a straight-out Democrat
ic nomination is alarming the leaders
who have already committed them
selves to Greeley. They are very
active iu their efforts to disuade Dem
ocrats from attending the convention,
but all such advances on their part
arc very properly discountenanced.
The straight-out movement will lie a
very popular one in Berks, and it
needs but an organized effort on the
part of a few staunch party men to
make it sweep over the county like a
The LouUville Fleet Ion-Th I.llwrala
and Deinorrt Badljr Bratrn Thrj
Ktakr their HepalMioa narrn
Louisville, Kt., August .1. The
election here to-day for city and coun
ty officers was - unusually spirited.
Much interest was aroused by reason
of the frantic appeals of the Greeley
papers to stand by the regular Gree-Iey-Democratic
ticket The Courier
Journal this morning spoke of the
citizens' ticket as virtually- a Radical
ticket, and said: "We cannot afford
to have it go abroad that the Demo
cratic party has been beaten in the
chief city of Kentucky." Tho Led
ger said that if the regular nominees
were defeated it wouid be heralded
over the country as a Radical victory,
ami that even would have a disheart
ening effect. The Anzeiger spoke to
the same effect. All ofthe Greeley
organs called for such a rousing ma
jority for the regular ticket as would
thrill -yith rejoicing the heart of every
friend of the Lilieral movement in the
State. The Democratic city and
county committees issued an address
imploring the Democrats, in view of
the Presidential contest, to stand by
the regular Greeley nominees. The
Commercial and Volkshlatt, Reform
pajiers sustained the Citizens' ticket.
The jieople's resjwnse is glorious.
The entire Citizens' ticket has lieen
elected by a rousing majority, with
the exception of the Democratic can
didate for Vice-Chancellor, who had
no opposition, his name being on
both tickets. The Citizens' ticket
was supported by Republicans nnd
Anti-Greeleyitcs, and they arc very
jubilant to-night over tho result. The
city gives the ticket about 3,000 ma
jority. The councy will give the
Democratic candidate for Sheriff 300 j
majority. There are but few returns
from the interior. Faycttee County,
the home of Congressman Beck,
elected the Republican. ticket by f.00
majority a gain of 3.r0 on Harlan's
vote last year. Mr. Beck und all of
the Greeley sjieakers were on the
stump without effect
A BuMal HMr.
From a letter written to a gentle,
man iu Lancaster county, I'a., by one
of the Laucaster colonists at Osborne
city, Kansas, the Lancaster Express.
learns that Mr. Daniel Otto, formerly
of Reading, and now one of the col
onists, had au exciting buffalo chase
recently. Hc wounded the auimal
with his pistol, and the infuriated
brute "went for him." Flight was
impossible, so Mr. Otto seized the
long hair on the shoulder of the buf
falo and mounted him. While seated
on the animal's back he re-loaded his
pistol and put the load in the back
part of the front shoulder. This
brought the buffalo to his knee and
sent Otto whirling about ten feet over
his head. Gathering himself up he
looked around, and there sat the buf
falo on his knees, gazing at him with
no friendly look ; but one more load
finished him. Tho exploit is regard
ed as quite remarkable by the settlers.
Railroad Arrldeat Nvral Frrsoaa
Baltimork, August 8. An acci
dent occurred on the Western Mary
land railroad, near F'rinksburg, Car
roll count', yesterday afternoon. It
was caused by the springing of a rail.
Two ears were wrweked, and some
fourteen passengers more or less in
jured. James W." Uachman, of
Avondale, Carroll county, had- his
right shoulder dislocated and left arm
budly broken. Ym mother was seri
ously injured. The wife of State
Senator Longwell, of Carroll county,
was seriously injured. ' No further
Cnllrir Wnorl(jr Crrlnlalj Over
Tmu I huUMmntl.
Raleigh, N, C, Aug. 7. Returns
from eleven of tho thirteen western
counties to lw heard from are in, and
give Caldwell a net gain of 47. Oidy
two counties to hear from. Caldwell's
majority over 2,000. In several of
these counties Merrimon will lose.
The Republicans will have a grand
jollification meeting to-morrow night
Senator Pm1, Ex-Senator Abliott'
Hon. S. F. Phillips, Chairman of the
Republican State Committee, nnd
other distinguished Republicans, will
abdrVss the people. There will 1m a
torchlight procession, burning of tar
The Kra, central organ of the Re
publican party of tlm State, on to
morrow will comment on the election
as follows: "We are ut length ena
bled to announce with certainty that
the Republicans have carried North
Carolina. Governor Caldwell and
the whole State ticket are elected bv
from 1,000 to 2,0(i(i majority.' The
Legislature is close. The kciiuhli-
cam would Lave carried it on joint
ballot but for the unfair apportion
ment of Senatorial Districts by the
last Democratic General Assembly.
The same is true in regard to the
Congressional Districts. Fair play in
the apportionment for the State Senate
nad for Congress would have given us
the Legislature and five out of eight
members of Congress. As it is, we
have elected three mcinliers of Con
gress, and we have lost one district
by quite a small majority, and another
by fraud "perpetrated by our oppo
nents. "No election has ever taken place
in this State which involved more im
portant results or which was watched
with more interest by the whole
country. It was felt that as North
Carolina went, so would go the
electoral vote of the nation for Presi
dent nnd Vice President in Novem
ber. Hence Inith sides put forth un
usual efforts for success. The Ku
KInx Greeleyites Ix lieved that if they
could carry this State by even a few
hundred votes, they would have a
prestige and a moral weight which
would swing them through in triumph
in November. Many of their lwst
orators were brought here and put to
work. Honest old Tammany fur
nished funds to a large amount to in
fluence the result ; ballot-box stuffcrs
and first-class jiolitical knaves, skilled
in all the adroit manipulations which
characterize the school of Tweed and
Greeley politicians, were on hand to
aid in the work,- For the first time,
under a lav dassed for their own ad
vantage by the late Democratic Leg
islature, tin voters were required to
vote in their own township ; no regis
tration was allowed on the day of
election, and voters were challenged
on the day of election after they had
lieen rcgietercd. la this way the Re
publicans miiht Lave lost several
thousand Votes in the State, but we
have lieaten them against all odds. It
required main strength and hard
work to do it. Our victory in No
vember will be an easier one than the
victory we now announce. Our ma
jority is not so large as to lull our
friends, while our opponents feel that
they will not lie able to make the
effort which they did in the late con
test. The Grant and Wilson men are
united and enthusiastic. The contendy
for liln-rty and life and jieace anil
safety in their own homes, and they
feel that defeat would consign them
to a fate terrible to coniteinplate. On
the other hand, the Ku-Klux Greeley
Democracy contend for offices and
spoils, ami they are stimulated only
by resentment and revenge. There
are thousands of old Jackson and
Polk Democrats in the State, who
I'Ke lse and Alosby in irguna, c an
not no induced 10 vote lor urccley,
while nine out of the ten of those
who will vote for him will do so not
preferring him save as what they call
a lesser evil, thus admitting that by
votes they are inflicting evil on the
"The Grant and Wilson men will
renew the contest with heads up and
flags flying, marching together in
solid column, ami working together
as a band of brothers for the com
plete disenthrallinent of the eouutry,
and for peace, lilicrty. and good-w ill,
ami that security for life ami property
without which, as Mr. Greeley has
admitted, the General Government
would be a failure. They can al
ready see unmistakable indications of
victory in November."
. 1 . . j
Til K STATK TKE.lHl It Y.
IXFAMOl'N II.4KUr.H DEXIE !
filler t Trravarrr Sfnrkry
I'niladrlBkla "f wa."
Haurisblum, August ft, 1ST2.
To the Editor of the Press :
Sir: The persistency with which
you reiterate certain charges affecting
my integrity in the management of
the State Treasury induces me to
think that you credit your own allega
tions, and to apprehend that you may
induce a portion of the public to be
lieve that these charges are founded
on fact, to the manifest injury of the
The charges repeatedly made in
your editorial column's and through
your correspondents are iu substance
as follows : ,
First. That there is a large amount
of worthless notes and checks iu the
vaults ofthe Treasury so large that,
in the language of an editorial iu The
I'ress of the 2d instant, "If the Treas
ury were to lie transferred to-day into
honest hands, it would be impossible
for the King, even with all their
wealth and resources, to make good
ull the worthless paper now iu the
' Second. That the securitie.i in the
sinking fund are used for the purpose
Third. That the money ofthe State
is used by Simon Cameron and his
son J. D. Cameron for their own
private purposes, or deposited in
banks under their control w here it
can lie made available for their use,
and that their names appear on the
bond given by me to Uie State for the
faithful ierforinace of my trust.
To all these charges I wish to enter
an emphatic denial, and my object iu
addressing you this note is to invite
you and any conictcnt and respecta
ble bankers or business men you may
select to make an examination of the
condition of the Treasury.
To your first specific charge I an
swer, that it is not true that there is
any worthless paper in the vaults of
To your second charge, that of
speculating in the securities belonging
to the sinking fund, I answer, that
securities were given by the pur
chasers ofthe public works ; that they
are now and always have lieen in the
vaults of the Treasvry ; that they are
not of a negotiable character, and
could not be hypothecated for one
dollar, even had I been disposed to
convert them to the improper use you
To the third charge that the
Camcrons arc using the public money
immediately or through their banks,
and that they are on my bond I
answer that neither General Cameron
nor his son have at any time during
my administration lorrowcd a single
dollar of the State money, nor have
they in any instance attempted to
control its disposition ; and the only
bank having a deposit of the public
money, in which they are stock
holders, is the First National Bank of
Harrisburg. The amount on deposit
in this bank is comparatively small,
and less than it was under some of
my predecessors. Neither General
Cameron nor his son are now or ever
have leen upon the bond given by me !
to tho State, which fact yon can
easily verify by application at the
State Department, where my bond is
By an act passed in ltf 70 I am re
quired to make monthly report to the i
Auditor General, under oath, showing
the several banks and bankers with
which thepublic moneys are deposited
and the amount with each. The re -
..ort- nrM .,,u. L.r r,.,.r l.x.uu.ti..,,
together with rejiorU of the banks, in
verification of my statements.
Now, sir, I have entered a specific
denial of your allegations affecting
my integrity and Le public credit.
The vaults of the Treasury are
ojien to your insjiecti'tn, and I invite
yon to make gixid your charges.
It. AV. Mackey.
From the Pciladelphia Keening
Jlulletin of Wednesday we copy the
"The State Treasury The Press
Slanders Interesting Correspond
ence A Convincing Answer. We
publish liclow a letter from State
Treasurer Mackey, ami a statement
from E. M. Lewis, Esq., Farmers' ami
Mechanics' Bank, and W. L. SeLafTer,
Girard Bank, which speak for them
selves, in refutation of the 7Vex'x
libels upon the accounting officers of
LETTER FROM STATE TKKASl'KElt
Fittsbi no, June 29. Dear Sir:
On Monday last a long cummunica
tion apearetl iu the Pre of your city,
making very serious charges again.-t
the management of the Treasury of
the State, and alleging, among other
things, that the securities
to the sinking fund of the State were
t '. lri i . f f.. ir. i
oemg use.i ior uie oenein. oi uuiv in-
uals, and that an examination' would
(prove that there was a large deli
jciency of the public funds.
Knowing your capability to ex-j
'amine accouuts, I have deemed it I
.proper, ana ncre-witn take the nneriv
,or asking you, in connection with
(Messrs. Joseph Patterson, .
' fr... .....i t T T1........I ... ...,.... ..
j ruuauri uuii ..i. u . iuAti, if ijuiiii;
j day when you can meet me at Har
risburg, and examine the affairs of
' the Trea.'iisy and of the sinking fund,
I I !-.!.: , ,..ir ...wr..r..m..l.lo 11 ill
! permit you to comply with this re-
Sitiest. I can assure you that I shall
I . l. 1 . . I I
: lake iv us a pcr.-omii la.-r 10 imiu-
; you tin so. Awaiting your reply, 1
j B. Y. Mackey
I-:. M. Lew is, Es.., President Far
, liters' and Mechanics National Bank,
! Rf.IHiRTS OF. MESSRS. LEWIS AND
j ' SCIIAFFER.
j We, the undersigned, at the re
quest of K. W. Mackey, State Trcas
! urer, made an examination of the
cash account of the Treasury De
i iiartment of the Commonwealth of
i....n. .-. a ..Ta ...li. lw. .-.w..;.w
of the" tenth day 'of July, 111, at
: Harrisburg, with the following result:
Amount drrxwltrii with M tank." ami banker in
variuUf iectkiusol Ihe.SlMteth veral;-rountrur-rent
having been rei-tinea tuiuol thethly ot July,
IsTi by the proper otttcerx of nil. eiit'pt two u-iM-ntleu
lianks namely, the bank ot 4 'oimnerve,
Krie, ant the Venanyo National Hank, ttoth of
whieh failed prior to lsH fi.tKM.K
t'Hfli in the drawer.,
' 'heek on feol'le?' IJank
! Hue Hill
Ailvanee to June 30, 187'J. not yet an.l
iteil : Inrluilinir hill fctrprintinir. salar
ies, and advance. Indifferent lieirt
inent of theStatj i Joverniuent.
tor which Toucher? were exbibitol. ..
Total iu.iai.ii8 uu
Say two millions, one hundred and
twenty-nine thousand, one hundred
lino irii i..n mi i ir. u itifii for.
resmts wit . tuo naiancesi.eet taken
1 -f imS I'cparut.eni on
lii ' , . ,
tie, ai.ni. i iiji; r-uiue tune ittiit
place, examined the following deseril-1
ed lxinds of the Sinking Fund De
partment, viz :
Bond of? the Pennsylvania Itailnnil
Owtniny. i Hoada, No. 4iii oi 7t
each 4l.uu0.U0h, Ii 4i.0im.0n0
inebJn.i, No.:iiiirt3uu.uuu 'aouiuuu
Total : i.ouo,uuo
HoikI." of the Allegheny Vallev Railroad '
trait Railroad rompany . and the PhiU-
tieiium nun ciiriuiiinwi HilHiliy .
;u h.i.ia, .on. i to so iiH-iunive, tor tiuu,-
OUO raieh, is 4J.MO.0u)
Tutal or bonds in the .Sinking Fund IK--
IKirtment $s. 400.000
These ltonds are all printed, "paya
ble to the Commonwealth of Penn
sylvania," are not negotiable ami cor
respond in amount with the Auditor
General's report of Deccmlicr, 1S1,
to the Legislature. See page No.
There is also detailed in said re
iMirt a long list of old turnpike, bridge
and other eomnanies' stocks, which
are stliniosed to lie of little or
Eiiwix M. Lewis,
AV. L. Sen afer,
PlIlI.AliELl'lllA, Jlllv ti.t,
A Burglar fchut ulille f 'wailing Willi
kia IMunUrr He 111 en iu ti lieen
A very sensational affair occurred
in the liorough of Hirmingham yes
terday morning. A burglar while
leaving the house where he had Ik-cii
carrying on his professional opera
tions, was halted by one of the in
mates, and, upon Lis refusal to stop
was shot three times, from which he
died iu fifteen minutes after. The
shooting took place at a little liefore
four o'clock this morning (the 7th),
in front of the premises of Mr. Chas.
Kvans, corner of Tenth ami Kinghaui
streets, Birmingham, and the man
who tlid the shooting is Geo. H.
Kvans, Second Lieutenent of the
Tenth United States Cavalry, ami a
recent graduate of West I'eint, who
is home on a furlough, and visiting
at his fathers' house. Pittsburgh
A NnluuH Keener Knot and Killed.
Memphis, August 9. About two
o'clock this afternoon Spike Mollun, a
well-known 8aloon-kecier, was shot
and instantly killed in Bachman's
lteer saloon, on Second street, by
Cara Walters, game dealer. While
Walters with a party were playing
cards in a back room Mollan walked
in and playfully tapped Walters on
the cheek and turned to walk out.
Walters grablied a large Derringer
pistol from under the tablo and run
ning to the door fired. The ball
struck Mollan in the right arm and
passed on to the heart. Walters was
An Omaha paper advises the peo
ple "not to make such a fuss about the
shooting of a constable, as. there are
forty candidates for the office."
The less power a
more he likes to use it.
man has the
Clinton, Ills., Aiumi i;. -V hor
rible, murder occurred we.-t of Falls
City on Monday morning. The vic
tim was the wife of John Matthew
son. Mathcwson it ml a hired mini
left the house at daylight to do har
vest work some distance from the
house, auddid not n turn until night,
When the imdy ofthe murdered wife
Wild found ill tl,j (vUr -ith 1.r
in in I cut. I lie inunltTf-r is not known
Lift uiitjiiii.uiift - i '
mitki tint i utiles tii-it
111 if for WOl'k. 1 H! I Irtwtiv ara. n
his track. The particulars as near as
we can ascertain them, are that the
murderer went into the house about
cight.o'clock in the morning and or-
.1. I . I r. I i -i T ti i
lered brcakrast, and while Mrs. Math -
ewsoii was preparing it he undertook
to ravish h.-r, and sin; re nted. Her
i i i ... . .
iiauil. 1 lie latin v are verv n -n.-. t-i-
Lie and among the first iu the county. !
She had lieen married but a few j
months. Great excitement prevails,;
and uiounici! horsemen are scourm"'
the country in search of the murderer.
A reward of one thousand
! offered for the murderer.
A ('nrioiit Freak of Mining.
While Mr James Mullens, of Sued
ville, Tcnn., was at work inthehar-'
vest field a storm came up, from
which ne tooK shelter iimier a large
tree. Mr. Mulhis had been there
but a few minutes when there was a
most terrific clap of thuuder.tl.e light
ning striking the tree on the upper
side, taking efT limbs and bark and
tearing the trunk of the tree to pieces,
till it came, about from ten to twenty
feet from the round. to a crack
whic h seemed to extend through the;
tree. The lightning pasr-ed through ,
this to the fide where Mr. Mullens i
was and tore out a large block ofj
wood. It then left the tree- alsiut the j
height of Mr. Mullens head and pass
ed through his hat brim on the right j
side and struck his right shoulder, i
riming around his arm and down his ;
side to his hip, and there it forked arid 1
went across the lower nart of the al-
; ,1, ,1,., nii,l lM,tli I,..rvi burnin'r as
j ii; rr.i i..' 1....1U- bum.
a1, , the hoIlw of his foot and
on the ball of his great toe wen; two
places exactly alike, each having a
srar with eight points. His clothes
and shoes were literally t"rn to pieces,
and torn mostly from his ImmIv. His
H(I1S aillI lh,.r hantl wh(( wm, ...j.
t,.riri!, uml(T otIl,.r tlV).S( w,.r(. shock -
,.,1 ,.,Hv. He is still living and his
: fifi)verv IS pr'iahle
- j '
- . ... -
h i:sti:r 11 111. vroKn.
oru I Icl.W ! ntMl llni I Mlt(
l'nrti-H Inrhn In fireumfrrriare.
r, - , M , ....,
' 1 1
site L on county, Iowa, where the
terrible hail storm took place 011 the
.'5d int., says the storm extended into
Dakota and did uu immense
of damage, fuilv corroborating
letter published in the
Journal on Sunday last.
raged with great fury for thirty min
utes, and completely destroyed hun- '.
dreds of acres of corn. There has
lieen no Ios of life so far as heard
from, but it is believed that if anv ;
was unfortunate enough to !
caught out on the prairie he or she
! '"--t have jn-rishetl, as the hail stones
tell as large as liens eggs, ant lrom
that up to fourteen inches iu circuin-,
ference and in great quantities. This'
terrible storm will lie a severe blow j
to the settlers iu northwestern Iowa
and eastern Dakota, as the prosja-cts
for a heavy yield of corn were excel
lent but are now completely ruined.
Small grains, however, were nearly
all cut and will not le verv serio
Iiastru Fire In Iloston.
liosTON, August s. Att-rriiile eoii-
i .. .
fl:lirraioil ,,rt)ko ,mt ,ast niLt in the
ront;n,.mai Plllrar rcfIIM.ry of VAtih
Hairis fi Kingsman, corner of First
and Granite streets. The building;
j was seven stories nign. i lie names
. . ? i ' i mi it
were nrst seen issuing lrom the attic,
and In-fore a stream of water could be
put upon the lire, it had spread
through the entire apartment. In less
j than twenty minutes the flames
i reached the lower floor, and in -pile
j of the efforts of the fire department,
I the entire structure, together with the
j machinery and ftoek. was totally de-
stroyed. The loss will exceed $tf 00, -
000. Insured for about three-fourths
Jl ardrr bv m Lanallr.
Cincinnati. Augut 10. I.'arlv
this morning Win. W. Sotithgate, a
young man whose parents reside in
Covington Ky., went into a cellar on
Broadway arid attacked Mrs. Duffy,
an elderly woman, tenant of a room
iu the house, when she went to the
n,i j cellar for fuel. Ilia weapon was an
axe. Airs, itiiiiy was struck on the
the head. She ran away screaming.
John I'latfoot, who went to her res
cue, received a blow, severing his
skull so that he died this evening.
Mrs. Duffcv's injuries are not fatal.
Southgate has been in a lunatic asy
lum. He has been drinking lately
and is suiKs, d to be insane. South
gate is in jail.
Kirked lo IN-u lb.
St. Loiis, August S. Last night ;
a parly of live or six roughs attempt-!
ed lo force Captain John Stephens ;
into a political controversy at Car-;
sonville, ten miles from here. Ste-
phens declined, and on some insulting ;
remark U-iug mado to him knocked
one of the party down. The rntliansj
then attac ked and beat and Licked !
him to tlenlh. Stephens was mi old (
and well known steamboatman. sixty j
years of age. He leaves a family.!
Two men named Luits and Murphy j
were arrested. I
1 RHl:T XUTEN.
On Saturday nirht, July
Doueifal, Westmoreleiid eountv, I-
ward Nichols, a pensioner of the Late
war, hunt; himself in a barn with a
shoemaker's knee-strap. An impiesl
was held on Monday follow intr. The
cause of this rash act was bad
Hon. .1. S. llutan. of Heaver county
has lieen nominated for State Senator
in the 2f.th Senatorial District, com
prising the counties of l.eaver, lSutler
and Washington. Mr. llutan has
had much experience in legislative
matters: is a man of fine abilities,
popular in his district and a thorough
ami earnest Republican.
Harrisburg was visited bv a terrific
tornado Monday night about
ii i-iiii'i. i ill ni-viti'sl imiT nii im.ii r-i
.. i . .i. .i . . i . i ... i
perienced there. A vast amount
" " - - " ' "
damage was done throughout the
citv. roofs of buiblinos torn off. some
200 or 300 trees blown down, and
. i - -
thousands of panes of glass broken
by the hail.
! r',"" " ".(T """'!? Miowr.l i.n-, uyjjM
! V that there was a ter-1 ,.,T"V tAT, v
j r.l-' rlife Hef hand wa"'". .r.u..''
horribly cut, as if she had tried to j .
grasp the knife from the murderer's I A -N 'S'(,. IlOl'SK.
w Ad erii,-,lt.lh
'JMIK URGENT AND I:.sT vr ..
I if fnri'vn fannfj-tnr wtii ,
.M AM MOT It KS T A IXIS H M K
c. ii.iMMiin ",- sh.
i W f urniture, in '-"nfarivV- f
n w"m weii wr)re v,r
i lr. iff when In IMtfilWYh. w rri.',?r'"
1 1 1'jrP
Wrhallenvv th worM In
'?t7h7, ' '
'''TTSBUU.'H FEMALE t( t
L ?:,nVNT fumi,'
t''''l throughout. Thorr.uli r.,Ur , a
: twknty thkek tv v. , '
I w i,n,,lm. sut",,. ,
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j t-l vluinl the i.Kirkt-t all.rvis. UIUI tt,
I bt:.t li u..ri. JlwuiTKiaLk-iiittbu'l,,'
1 ASS K L.MAN
Are now j,r i.arcl to l.i all lii, ;. ,
SASH AND DU
Winiiow ani Door Fran
; P"' '
An l any tiling In th it Lne.if l.u-:w
All kin-l" of work ilow to or-ltr.
M-iiers )roiuiUy tillc.l.
V luian, Somer?t f. Pa.. Ju;rr
IN THE WORL:
THK AMERICAN SI HVKi;. i
Ifc.uMe-Ariinir, N on I'ttta;
The Simplest. M-ft rVwirfnl. IJl. - .
I.t. Kt-lialile aii-l Cheapi-.-'t luliiu in
It i" niiule all of Iron, an.l of a i,j
It williiot Frnzt. a uu H it.r r.a,,
iM? Hutu not in :u-liou.
I It hiirfiK k-alh-r or u um j-m I. m j. a- , .
uinl valve are alt ol irofi.
j It seMom, if ever, itvts on! 01 ..rUr.
It will lor e watr from ls to So li a ...
in 1 tanlm.-1. X''.
It farni-he- the f.nrcn sn-ln.! !---! it
It is ilacetl la the bottom ol the wr.l.
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Lnnf'-r .i7cs in profiortiun.
WEYANII k FLi
Sole A mill lor Soicvr-.:
.Sotnerwl, I'a.. .May 1st, H7-JL
England & Bill
263 Liberty St., PITTSBURG-
A lull and ti)ilete Stx-kol At-.
S- jthe. Snnth. Saw. I. ..
ire. Nail, and
i Blacksmirhs9 & CarpenfeTS T:
F.AC.T.K FILE WORK
Unality of Fit. . t'NSt I5PASE.
SEND SAM 1 L K n III'
OLD FILES RE-CUT.
r. m. bi:achly
Tlii Kifirtly h;i? Um-ii in u-v vr
r.iMf l.y tLv ip(V--i..n. It U.i ru tail
ale cu! to ijivo rvUel it n.-t iiitir-ly - ur
It i- p:rtw ularly KVMiiiuicn.ii'.I iu t'"
sick UKAD.u in:. PM.vir
0 F THE HE. 1 ." T. 1. 1 A :
COm'I.MST. I!Jl E MAT I
; SK1X DlsE.sKS, -..t.V.7
' in Anv d'-ninjement or the B.'oo..'. in i .
l--. uli.ir to i. iiuh s it L" a -ure and w
! In short, it hein? a Rritrtly 3e(ir' '
! t'in-uiihoM uf thr liiuod on ;tll lli !;:-'-
nr:!!!! and emum-tories of the Ulv. I: ' -
uioft any ruratde disea.-e.
For Rile l.y MEYERS & ASAWAl.t
Pa., an I by d-.iler in Kainilt AKmi
Tt IP AN I) K EA 11. I me of th-- f ii.
t:ie. I now ottcreil in Teiine?- t
tu. liT Iin.!. whii-li hare lieen l-'"r
jin--nt owner with !iieeial rarea-ft"f"-du.-tivenen
of eonreniem-e ot
river fitrilitic. and a tliorouh r.innn.i:
II... '1' i. . . 1 . I. .... ,.H. n.l .1
-.rii-e. to eniit'le eiery lndU!trioum:in
dor hi-- own tine and lis live." :inJ
very protitalde inve.tiui nt. T. r full
a.hlri'-.- or eull nt ttie oiln-eot C. lit--Miuthni
1.1 trt"etPiti?lursh. Pa.
Clocb ani fc
No. 63 Fifth Avenue.
FIX E W ATt'H F-S CAKEFl LI.V KB"-
FtiK I in:
! When ver the KU tREXt'K M'
intnalui-eil.it lia.o met with the rvfl!'t .
. It i the onlv luai'hine makins; a-urdi"'''
! e. and havini; the Keiersible Kee.1. '
at err i ierle-t. ami the mi I"""1'
, , liKhl. and T. rv bit, and eeiar
ll" ' 'i-io. iiimiM-r will turn w'J
i . ' ' : . ... i ... ...... ii -ttt.n-1
run. The lleuiiner
liein. ind ti lls lieautllully.
with the in i. hine.
For Intoriuiition aill)' to or addre1
June Yi Ti
Rttslmrgh ITarbloned Slcsl ?:
1W Liberty Street, Fitt-bnrjt-1
Alv. KANtlKS. ri RATES. .''
attention lld Iu KIK.UIA
. Tate liuildinirs.
C l) N V E 1
of, V 1 f: J , (
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1 .Hit I ll'TIXII '-
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ll.r.1 11 1. . . . -
IS .1, lot V a II W-
All hunlneM ntnutel to h'fr,111 -r'
It atleiale.1 U. The Aueney .'"IV
Mlent all kind ol real ertate U -
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